How do we raise our birds?
Our chickens come to us at 1 day old from a hatchery in Michigan.
The baby chicks must be kept warm and dry (roughly 90 degree range the first week),
& must be protected from predators. We start them inside in an incubator that we built. They stay warm and protected inside until the are a bit bigger and the weather is warm enough to move them outside.
As soon as the birds are feathered, we move them outside to "chicken tractors" which are bottomless cages.
Moved daily, they have access to forage in grass, clover, and bugs.
They are also fed Non-GMO feed.
No drugs, growth promoters, antibiotics, or steroids are fed- ever.
Natural minerals & raw apple cider vinegar are supplemented to keep the birds healthy.
New! Soy-Free Chicken!
We are now offering pasture raised soy-free meat chickens.
Soybean meal is extensively used in many feeds to supplement the protein level.
Health concerns due to plant based estrogen (phytoestrogens)
lead many people to seek out food low in soy or without soy.
*The bag the meat is vacuum sealed in is BPA free*
We offer Whole Chickens, Cut-Up Chickens, and No-Soy Chickens.
NON-GMO FEED | PASTURE RAISED | SUNLIGHT FORTIFIED